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countries and entrepreneurs can continue to do business together. we'll continue to work with our apec partners and move toward a seamless regional economy and we'll work together ads thailand works to lay the ground work for high standing trade agreement such as the tran sends partnership. all of this will advance our position of a region where a trade is free and fair and all nations play by the rules. third, on this 50th anniversary of the peace corps in thailand, we're moving ahead with new partnerships to move with human development and dignity. we'll focus on public health, develop a vaccine for hiv/aids and ensuring that development is sustainable, especially in regions along the macon river. i recently anoujsed new steps the united states is taking to confront the scourge of trafficking, modern slavery. thailand is also taking steps including measures to better protect and empower women and girls and i'm very pleased to see the leadership that the prime minister has taken on what i think we all agree is a very important issue. and given thailand's role as an emerging donor coun
-step solution. apec. everything is for a two-state solution. there's no constituency for an actual two-state solution. >> nsa not true. there's a constituency for it and there continues to be among both israelis and palestinians, they don't see their own government institutions or frankly our government institutions being able to get there. so if you want to fix it, what you have to do is deal with the legitimacy problem and the institution instead of saying let's go to final status negotiations tomorrow. >> there are also international efforts over the years. not just the idea that the u.s. is number one i think is the wrong approach with all due respect. because i think part of the problem of the states foreign policy. should be first among many. but if you don't build regional power and international security institutions it's very difficult to build a more peaceful world. there have been efforts like the quartet. the united states is not the only one who should be playing a role in the region. we're forgetting another thing. the tragedy is it seems to me, you have at this moment on
the united states and korea, helped established apec, and led the u.s. negotiations with japan come and go yet, and vietnam's. in 1992 to 1993 he served as u.s. ambassador to the philippines where he developed a new framework for security cooperation. but a salomon served as director of policy and planning at the department of state. in 1995 he was awarded the state department of foreign affairs award public service. it to thousand five he received the american political science association's hubert h. humphrey career award ford notable public service by political scientist. dr. solomon started his career as a professor of political science at university of michigan and serve as the head of the political science department at the rand corporation. he holds a phd with a specialization in china of six from mit. to my far right is winston lord. he served as the assistant secretary of state from 1993 to 1997. he has most recently served as a coat-chairman of the international rescue committee helps refugees abroad and resells them in the united states. he has had a long career a bipartisan ser
in the fall for the apec conferences which is an economic conference involving the nations of the pacific rim, martin. >> nbc's mike viqueira. thanks so much for the updates. >> reporter: okay. >> we'll be right back to "clear the air." streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrader streaming quotes. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! >>> it's time now to "clear the air." and the republican party's reaction to the presidential election had us thinking back to the french revolution of 1789. yes, 1789. because it was said of
. we have our own politics here in america. they have their politics there. and apec may rule the street in congress -- >> because of pro israel lobby. >> and deny palestinian aid if, in fact, they declare independence and statehood but the fact is, they have to be concerned with what is important to them and that is their credibility and their legitimacy as a governing authority. if we have a situation where hamas has won a victory and that's how it will be perceived and abu mason and the palestinian authority have been humiliated an that's how it will be perceived that is not a recipe for success. the congress be dammed in this context. palestinians have to do what they think is best for them and the u.s. should back them up and support them and the rest will take care of itself. aid will be forthcoming for palestinians i believe from the arab side, but we cannot allow this moment to pass without the palestinian authority being somehow rehabilitated so it become an equal partner. >> we have to leave it there for now. thank you both very much. >>> we'll continue to follow the
of our policy goals is to work with china to strengthen institutions from g-20 to apec and enhance the ability of institutions to address regional and global challenges. getting the relationship bride is a long-term effort. time,ent obama's second as china's leadership takes the reins. the substance of that this morning. this has been an intense focus of the administration. 13 face-to-face meeting since obama came to office. we have built up and the extensive set of mechanisms and channels of communication to work on this relationship. i think it has resulted in a positive and constructive relationship. i think we have put in place a superstructure on the way to manage the issue's going forward. i have meant an enormous amount of time with chinese leadership. we can put in place the mechanisms to have a constructive relationship. i look forward to working with the new leadership in beijing. this will be the last element a strategy. we will not do all 12. the fifth involves advance in the economic architecture. we seeking economies open and transparent and trades that are free and f
. it should be a sigh of relief for those who have been hammered by apec and other organizations over the years. they can take independent positions and not worry about suffering at the polls. >> bill: so the sheldon adelsons or the mitt romneys of this world who accuse president obama of throwing israel under the bus were wrong, number one. >> right. factually incorrect. not true at all. one of the greatest allies israel has ever had is this president. it didn't affect the results at all. president obama got 70% of the jewish vote including -- in key states like ohio and florida. >> bill: tom friedman had a great column i believe in the "new york times" yesterday called my president is busy. where he really says that being that netanyahu has created a problem and the israelis will have to sort these out themselves in terms of their relationship. >> he's saying netanyahu if you think obama is going to get even now, he's not going to pay attention to you. he's got a whole lot of other things to do. this does set up
with strategic security. apec provides a forum to deal economic matters, but there is virtually no venue to consult on political issues. the east asia summit can be that forum. we took a look at it. it required a yearly commitment of quite a bit of the president's time to travel to asia for this. as you can imagine, when you're talking about the president's time, there is a debate about whether this is worth the time. we reached the decision in this way. you are either all in or you're not with respect to the strategy. the president, as he said, is all in. you can either look at these institutions and wait for them to protect themselves, or you can participate on the ground and held these institutions to protect themselves and achieve the kind of goals that we as a nation hope will happen. but that was the president's goal. he has a determination to go in, roll up our sleeves and participate on the ground level, to build up the institution in a way that it can be the premier forum in the region for dealing with security and political issues. i think we are on the road to doing that, fran
aren't being heard because apec is the right wing american voice, has not met a voice from j. street, a new group that endorsed congressman cohen. you need a sense of range of israeli voices which we are not hearing because of the nationalism and we have war. there are people like norm, people like -- >> he was here last week. >> he was here last week. they want a different kind of israel. >> i want to ask if the relevance actually is no longer the case in the new post era war after we take this break. >> okay. wears off. [ female announcer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. yeah, i might have ears like a rabbit... but i want to eat meat! [ male announcer ] iams knows dogs love meat. ...but most dry foods add plant protein, like gluten iams never adds gluten. iams adds 50% more animal protein, [ dog 2 ] look at me! i'm a lean, mean flying machine [ dog 1 ] i am too! woo hoo! [ male announcer ] iams. with 50% more animal protein
in korea. we also worth host to transfix in seattle -- apec and we worked on the presidential level. we did not battle and to show the importance of the region in economics and regional cooperation, but i figured that if he had an aipac meeting every which we word, that meant the president had to go to asia every year. secretary of state and treasury have to go. also figured regional security architects the arsenal regional phone, we brought in china, india and russia. again, secretary of state would have to go two or three times a year. we also articulate we would maintain our force levels. we got off to a good start. but i can only say that we partially succeeded in elevating the importance of asia. partly because even i was at the time in his and other economies was coming, was not crystal-clear as it is today. and partly because secretary and the president kept getting dragged akin to other issues. you asked about the presence the. he thought the issue was important. he realized the importance of trade and so on. the first couple years of his initiation of clinton focus on the domestic
apec partners to reduce barriers and move towards to seamless regional economy and work together as thailand begins to lay the groundwork for joining high standard trade agreements such as the trans pacific partnership. all this have will advance our vision of a region where trade is free and fair and all nations play by the rules. third, on this 50th anniversary of the peace corps in thailand we're moving forward to development of human dignity and focus on human health and developing a vaccine for hiv/aids and available especially along the mekong river. and i announced the steps that the united states is taking to confront the scourge of human trafficking and thailand is taking new steps to address this challenge including measures to better protect, empower women and girls and i'm very pleased to see the leadership as the prime minister has taken on what i think we all agree is a very important issue. and given thailand's role as an emerging donor country, i'm pleased that our two nations are working for development in other countries, fighting malaria along the thai border a
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